Calling the wedding a “happy and momentous occasion,” Prime Minister David Cameron said the event would be a public holiday.
Due to a South African public holiday on Friday, court was adjourned early and will resume on Monday, 24 March at 3:30am ET.
There was a public holiday; the streets were decorated by gay banners and made glad with music.
The case had come up expectedly two days after a public holiday.
It was a public holiday; and the train from Dijon was packed with excursionists.
As it was a public holiday this could not be done until next day.
The good people of Stockholm have a public holiday in honour of Bellman, a Swedish poet, who died forty years ago.
The whole period of the celebration will be regarded as a public holiday, and the Stock Exchange will be closed.
Some time in October a festival drew near, a public holiday called Kurban Bairam.
It was a public holiday, and Fledgeby did not recover his spirits or his usual temperature of nose until the afternoon.